Not if you only need one or a few but it very much adds up when you need large numbers.
The problem with the curve is that we cannot affix labels that look professional for the company that we prepare these things for. They end up curling on the ends and I’ve been told to change hardware and find a flat surfaced one again. I’ve resisted, so far.
We put our product labels on top of the existing GLi labels on the bottom and they stick well.
For individual site related labels we use a standard tape type of label machine and they also stick on the curved top very well so perhaps is is down to getting the correct type of adhesive on the labels…
I totally agree with projects - flat cases have substantial advantages over cases with a curved top. And so I would also be very happy, if something like the AR150 could be produced with a flat case. I am very happy to see that the AR750 which I use for dual band applications, has a flat case again.
Not a label, a large sticker, something that almost completely covers the top. It is not possible but as you say, a label can work but is useless in our case. The rounded cover means the sticker never fits well.