You really got the deluxe setup from Chris! I had to resort to a DIY pocket using the infamous double stick tape. I'll insert a 3/4" aluminum tube after I get the screen hung on the wall.
That double stick tape is really sticky stuff. I've been using it on other projects around the house where screws or glue are inappropriate. I love it.
I've got my screen on the roller now. I'd be watching a movie on it, but my friendly neighbor is out of town so, I have no one to help me mount the roller on the wall. Hopefully, tomorrow I can find someone.
It was actually very easy to mount the fabric on the roller. I marked a straight line on the roller by placing the roller on a flat surface (my workbench) then setting a 6 ft level parallel to the roller. The level is about 2" tall which is half the height of the roller. So, I just ran a line using a fine point marker along the top of the level where it hit the roller.
Next, I installed the motor and secured the drive using flat-head screws.
Then, I built a little jig that would allow me to rotate the roller while it was sitting on the floor of my garage.
For the motor side of the roller, I secured 2 rubber wheels to a piece of plywood. The wheels are spaced just a couple of inches apart. I place the jig on the floor with the wheels facing up in air. Then I put the motor end of the roller on top of the wheels.
For the idler end of the roller, I just stacked several blocks of wood under the idler axial and secured the axial to the blocks with a long screw. I stacked various thicknesses of wood so the roller was level with the floor.
Now the roller could be rotated freely with my hand.
I spread the screen fabric on the floor next to the roller, then lifted the top edge of the fabric so it was aligned with the lengthwise mark I made on the roller. I gently tacked the fabric to the double stick tape at several places and when I was happy with the alignment I pressed the fabric down tight. I was particularly careful not to stretch the fabric when I was mounting it to the pipe.
Next, I slowly rotated the roller and wound the screen up. I let the fabric be pulled by the roller only, no help from me. The fabric wound perfectly around the roller... no wrinkles or creeping at the edges.
Here's a photo with the screen about half way rolled up.