|Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus|
|Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus - invented an improved photographic print wash machine and method.|
Cuban born, Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus of Newton, New Jersey invented an improved photographic print and negative wash machine (see patent drawing to right). During the process of developing a photographic print or negative, the product is soaked in several chemical baths. The print wash neutralizes the chemicals in each bath process, so that the time the chemicals effect a print can be exactly controlled. Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus believed his method would eliminate over washing that could soften the photograph too much.
Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus also invented an improved machine for embossing photographs (see patent drawing left). His machine was designed to both/either mount or emboss a photographic print. Embossing is a method or raising parts of a photograph for a relief or 3D look.
Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus's other inventions included an applicator for applying color liquid dyes to shoes and heels, and a hose leek stop.
List of Patents - Clatonia Joaquin Doritus
Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus was married to Mary Fredenburgh and they had two children together. Dorticus was born in Cuba to a father from Spain and a mother born in Cuba.
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