A new polarized scattering instrument is presented in this paper. The finite element analysis has been used to examine the static performances of this instrument so as to capture necessary structural characteristics. Consider the structural volume and tip deflection as objectives, a double-loop of topological and parametric optimization has been developed that result in the optimum material distribution and volume fraction. Such an optimum structure is further modified to a solid model for the optimum product design. The final results show that the tip deflection and material volume can evidently be improved consequently. The presented process of mechanical design skill can provide for creative mechanical engineering application.