Unfortunately no, not that I'm aware of. That's why optical shops use either a test plate ( sphere ) matched to the design radius, or nowadays, interferometers stationed in the shop.
You will just have to rely on getting the lap running smoothly with the right kind of steady drag , plus a moderate ( 1/3 diameter) stroke in various directions. This should get you a surface that's within a couple of fringes, which is all that's required for a photo lens - less stringent than a telescope mirror.