The faulted mode of a six-phase induction machine (6PIM) denotes that the motor is working with one or more missing phases. This situation leads to torque oscillations and poor tracking behavior. Therefore, the design of a suitable robust control is a challenging task. In this way, this paper presents the application of fuzzy logic and sliding mode controls in order to obtain a high-accuracy positioning of a 6PIM rotor in both healthy and faulted modes. The two control strategies are completely different from a theoretical point of view, but the final objectives are to remove the drawbacks of the specific fault on interest. The experimental results are obtained on a dedicated setup based on a 6PIM coupled with a variable mechanical load and for which up to three phases can be removed.